Ronald McDonald House Charities of NEPA supports Friendship House


South Abington Township McDonald’s Restaurant Owner/operators Albert, left, and Carol Mueller, right, present an $8,800 check to Jim Martin, Chief Operating Officer of Friendship House, Scranton, accepting on behalf of the organization. The grant was awarded by Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northeastern Pennsylvania to Human Services Alliance in support of renovations to the reception area at Friendship House, an out-patient clinic that treats and supports children and teens in NEPA. The organization offers a full range of programs and services for children experiencing emotional and behavioral difficulties and/or mental health issues, those who were traumatized by loss, abuse and neglect, witnessed violence or have autism spectrum disorders.


South Abington Township McDonald’s Restaurant Owner/operators Albert, left, and Carol Mueller, right, present an $8,800 check to Jim Martin, Chief Operating Officer of Friendship House, Scranton, accepting on behalf of the organization. The grant was awarded by Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northeastern Pennsylvania to Human Services Alliance in support of renovations to the reception area at Friendship House, an out-patient clinic that treats and supports children and teens in NEPA. The organization offers a full range of programs and services for children experiencing emotional and behavioral difficulties and/or mental health issues, those who were traumatized by loss, abuse and neglect, witnessed violence or have autism spectrum disorders.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_McDonalds-Friendship-House.jpgSouth Abington Township McDonald’s Restaurant Owner/operators Albert, left, and Carol Mueller, right, present an $8,800 check to Jim Martin, Chief Operating Officer of Friendship House, Scranton, accepting on behalf of the organization. The grant was awarded by Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northeastern Pennsylvania to Human Services Alliance in support of renovations to the reception area at Friendship House, an out-patient clinic that treats and supports children and teens in NEPA. The organization offers a full range of programs and services for children experiencing emotional and behavioral difficulties and/or mental health issues, those who were traumatized by loss, abuse and neglect, witnessed violence or have autism spectrum disorders.

South Abington Township McDonald’s Restaurant Owner/operators Albert, left, and Carol Mueller, right, present an $8,800 check to Jim Martin, Chief Operating Officer of Friendship House, Scranton, accepting on behalf of the organization. The grant was awarded by Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northeastern Pennsylvania to Human Services Alliance in support of renovations to the reception area at Friendship House, an out-patient clinic that treats and supports children and teens in NEPA. The organization offers a full range of programs and services for children experiencing emotional and behavioral difficulties and/or mental health issues, those who were traumatized by loss, abuse and neglect, witnessed violence or have autism spectrum disorders.

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